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Beijing Institute of Technology-XiangZhang Economic Forum Notice

  XiangZhang Economics Seminar (Beijing) is a small seminar organized by the XiangZhang Economic Academic Circle in Beijing. The Seminar focuses on the just-released working papers and strengthens academic exchanges and collaboration between economists. The Seminar is scheduled to be held every weekend for three months. The first 11 Seminars were held in the Institute of Finance and Taxation of Tsinghua University (Chengyin Institute), Renmin University of China, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing Normal University, University of International Business and Economics, Hebei Finance College and other places, and received good academic response.

  This seminar was jointly organized by Beijing Institute of Technology's Center for Econometric Methods and Data Analysis and the XiangZhang Economic Forum. This Seminar reported a total of 8 papers, each of which was reported for about 50 minutes (including free discussion). 


  Date of the meeting: September 22, 2018 (Saturday, all day)

  Venue: Conference Room 133, Main Building, Beijing Institute of Technology



  Morning Session 8:50-12:20, Moderator: Zhang Lingxiang

  8:50-9:40 Ren Wei (Tsinghua University)

  “Industrial Robots and Jobs Turnover: Evidence from Chinese Firm Level Data”

  9:40-10:30 Ma Jun (Shandong University)

  "The transfoming effect of innovation subsidies: the improvement of innovation ability and the decrease of information asymmetry"

  10:30-10:40 Tea Break

  10:40-11:30 Feng Wei (School of Finance and Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)

  "Human Capital Structure and Economic Growth: Based on the Perspective of New Structural Economics"

  11:30-12:20 Yan Guoyao (Sichuan Agricultural University)

  “How does the household culture capital affect household education consumption?”


  12:30-13:50 lunch


  Afternoon session 14:00-17:40, Modulator: Cao Yunfei

  14:00-14:50 Xu Heng (China University of Political Science and Law)

  "The theoretical study of M&A of net car companies."

  14:50-15:40 Jin Jing (Renmin University of China)

  “Political incentives, competition-driven and capacity expansion

  15:40-16:00 Tea Break

  16:00-16:50 Feng Xueliang (Nankai University)

  “Policy choice, innovation preference and industrial upgrading”

  16:50-17:40 Zhang Li (Renmin University of China)

  “Governmental inter-sectoral relations, policy coordination and public resource allocation”